Women's Cancer: Origins, Risks and the Power of Personal Choices | National Health Association

Women's Cancer: Origins, Risks and the Power of Personal Choices

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by Robert Kelly, D.O., and Stephan Esser, M.D.

According to the National Cancer Institute, one in three American women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.  Despite billions of dollars spent on cancer care since the mid-1940’s, the age-adjusted yearly mortality for the three most common women’s cancers (breast, uterine and...

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